Summer course 2015 – Cagliari

European Perspectives on Health Promotion

Creating Salutgenic Environments
Health promoting universities, schools, hospitals, cities, workplaces…

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2015 course programme and content

The aim of the residential Summer School in Cagliari is to explore innovative strategies

  • to enhance healthy settings through health promotion vision
  • to enable local partnerships to build local capacity for health promoting action

The course will cover the domains ‘Enabling Change’ and ‘Mediating through Partnership’ included in the IUHPE accreditation standards for ‘European Health Promotion Professionals’.

Both theoretical and practical elements of health promotion are included in the programme, which is underpinned by an emphasis on participant interaction, including: fieldvisits to exemplary programs; opportunities for sharing knowledge and experiences with international colleagues involved in promoting health in its broadest sense; all participants engage in developing a project (including a research component) as part of an international multidisciplinary working group.

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ETC 2015 Summercourse – Leaflet

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ETC 2015 Summercourse – Programme overview

 

The 24th ETC Summer Course will be hosted by the Department of Public Health of Clinical and Molecular Medicine of the University of Cagliari, Italy.

Paolo Contu Prof Dr

Paolo Contu Prof Dr

IUHPE Vice President Capacity-Building, Education & Training
Department of Public Health, Clinical and Molecular Medicine, University of Cagliari
Cittadella Universitari,  09042 Monserrato, Cagliari, Italy
Contact: contumail@gmail.com

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